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SEOUL, KOREA – South Korean telecom operator KT said Tuesday that it has exclusively launched Pantech’s LTE smartphone “Vega Racer 2 Bling.”

SEOUL, KOREA – At the GSMA Mobile Asia Expo 2013, held in Shanghai, South Korea telecom operator KT said on Thursday that it has commercialized a SIM-based Wi-Fi roaming service in China and South Korea.

Seoul, Korea - MSIP held the Frequency Allocation Policy Advisory Committee meeting on the 25th and collected the expert opinions on the two remaining options on the allocation of frequency for the last time.

Seoul, Korea - KT ranked the second in the number of LTE subscribers outpacing LG U+, thanks mainly to its 3G subscriber base. According to the Ministry of Science, ICT & Future Planning, KT’s LTE subscribers rose to 5.69 million as of the end of last year, 40,000 more than the 5.69 million of LG U Plus.

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SEOUL, KOREA – Two South Korean telecom operators, KT and SK Telecom, will showcase a slew of South Korea’s advanced ICT (information communications technology) at the Mobile Asia Expo (MAE) 2013, scheduled to be held in Shanghai from June 26 through 28.

SEOUL, KOREA – As South Korea telecom operator KT joins SK Telecom in launching intra-/inter-carrier free unlimited voice call plans for 3G subscribers, free unlimited voice call plans are expected to spread much faster.

Seoul, Korea - KT announced on the 12th that it will provide LTE and 3G services on the passenger boats that connect Pohang, Ulrungdo and Dokdo (about 300 kilometers from the East coast), as a part of LTE quality inspection project started in last March subjecting 100 major mountains and islands.

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SEOUL, KOREA – KT, a South Korean telecom operator, said Tuesday that it will sink a total of KRW 3 trillion into upgrading its communications network by 2017. KT chairman, Lee Suk-Chae told reporters on Tuesday, “Aside from capital expenditures on existing networks, KT will separately invest KRW 3 trillion to usher Korea into a fixed-wireless giga Internet era.”

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SEOUL, KOREA –  The CEOs of South Korea’s three telecom operators - SK Telecom, KT and LG U+- pledged to cut their mobile phone membership fees by 40% in August at their first meeting with Choi Moon-ki, Minister of science, ICT and future planning, held in Seoul on Monday.

SEOUL, KOREA – South Korean telecom operator KT has set out to expand its fixed and wireless backbones as its network processing volume reached the ceiling following a surge in data traffic. KT, which has been focused on making investments in wireless networks, has resumed investments in its fixed-line networks.

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